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University of Calgary Calendar 2011-2012 Undergraduate Admissions A.9 Undergraduate Admission Requirements A.9.1 Standard Admission A.9.1.2 High School Students from Other Provinces
A.9.1.2 High School Students from Other Provinces

The University of Calgary wants to ensure that all applicants have the appropriate academic preparation necessary to be successful in their chosen studies. All students with a minimum of high school qualifications appropriate for university entrance are encouraged to apply for admission. An acceptable equivalent to English Language Arts 30-1 is required for admission to all faculties at the University of Calgary. In addition, acceptable equivalents to specific prescribed subjects must also be presented. The Recruitment and Admissions Office will assess these applications on a case-by-case basis.

The certificates below are generally accepted as equivalent to Alberta Grade XII senior matriculation.

  • British Columbia
    Grade XII.

  • Saskatchewan
    Grade XII. English A30 together with English B30 are acceptable in lieu of English Language Arts 30-1.

  • Manitoba
    Grade XII - one credit in English is acceptable in lieu of English Language Arts 30-1.

  • Ontario
    Grade XII - English at the 4U level is required for admission to all faculties. A course in English as a Second Language may not be used to satisfy the entrance requirements.

  • Quebec
    First year CEGEP. Generally, two semesters of a subject are required to satisfy a specific prescribed subject. An overall average of at least 70.0% must be achieved. The Secondary V Certificate is not acceptable for admission.

  • New Brunswick
    Grade XII.

  • Nova Scotia
    Grade XII.

  • Prince Edward Island
    Grade XII.

  • Newfoundland
    Grade XII.